Dale Zahradka’s chore list now moves to applying fertilizer. “As soon as fields dry off, we’re going to start putting down urea and anhydrous.” There’s quite a bit of price disparity amongst fertilizers. “Availability for fall delivery has been good, but prices are probably another 20-to-30 percent higher than this spring,” said the Lankin, North Dakota farmer. “I don’t think things are going to change a lot so it might be better to get some put down now in case prices or availability changes in the spring.”
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